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you very much. and we're going to get the rest of the nation's weather forecast from dylan dreyer in just a few minutes. but now we want to go back to lester in richmond, virginia. >>> all right, jenna, thanks. now to the presidential race and the election just nine days away. have virginia is one of the few states that just might hold the keys to the white house. it has 13 electoral votes and as of now it seems to be anybody's race. the new "washington post" poll shows president obama in the lead by four points but a fox news poll conducted last week has mitt romney ahead by two. keep in mind both leads are within the margins of error. in the past three elections voters here in virginia have picked the winning candidate so it's clear the road to 1600 pennsylvania avenue may run straight through the state of virginia. it wasn't all that long ago that virginia was better known for its civil war battlegrounds than its political ones. for ten straight presidential elections the republican candidate came out on top, but then in 2008, virginia voters went for barack obama. >> virginia!
for her. >> courtney, thank you very much. >>> dylan dreyer is here with a check on the weather. hi, dylan. >> it's pretty nice out. >> anyway, so thanks for your time. we're going to take a short break. oh, so there's other things to talk about. go right ahead. unlike you, i have more to talk about today. >> oh! she's been here like three weeks, and she is digging me. go right in there. welcome. >>> we are going to see pretty nice weather across the country. a few scattered showers across portions of northern dakotas but we are keeping an eye out for a big storm to move into the west coast tomorrow from central california up into oregon. we could end up with some of the mountain regions are over a foot of snow especially above 5,500 feet. the rest of the country today does look nice and quiet. that's a look at the weather across the country. >>> our temperatures around the bay area this morning, chilly. we lost low clouds so we have low 40s around the north bay. mid 40s san jose. one thing you notice is clouds fill in during the area of noon and winds will pick up out of the south through
of the day on tuesday. alex? >> okay. dylan dreyer, thank you very much for all those models and heads up. let's go to one of those areas that's very busy making preparations ahead of the storm. nbc's al roker is live in rehoboth beach, delaware. al let's get the story from you. it looks like a beautiful day but there's something looming out there. >> there is, alex. and it's interesting, when we came in last night we didn't see boarded up windows, anything like that. the supermarkets weren't very crowded. and, in fact, along the boardwalk here in rehoboth beach later this morning they're going to be having a halloween parade. so the people here aren't getting all worked up about it just yet. but they need to. because, this thing is, as dylan said, of historic proportions. once it passes by here, and again, you've got to remember, the tropical force winds extend out 450 miles from the center of this storm. so it is a monster storm. and it is going to reintensify. it will become a category 1 storm again. and as it makes its way up the coast, and then makes that hook left as dylan talked ab
in dylan dreyer. thank you for joining us. i've just run through sort of a brief outline of what's going on. give us a sense of the depth and the duration of what we're facing here, the cleanup and face this catastrophe. >> chris, unfortunately, the duration is going to be the big story because the storm is not over yet. even though conditions are getting better, i'd say just because the winds are calming a little bit and the rain is letting up, the storm is still producing tons of snow back through west virginia. it's producing tons of rain back across portions of pennsylvania into new york state, so now we're going to start getting into more of a river flooding situation. so it's transitioning from a coastal problem into an inland issue, and even out through the great lakes we're seeing winds now gusting up still near 30 to 40 miles per hour. we're seeing record wave heights on the great lakes region, and it's producing delays at chicago. it's producing delays in cleveland airport. so we are going to see this whole storm system linger over the northeast for a little while now, and the sno
to the latest on hurricane sandy and for that, we've got it all covered here. nbc meteorologist dylan dreyer with the forecast and white house correspondent mike viquiera standing by with the latest on the president who just got a briefing at fema headquarters. and nbc's thanh truong is on the beach in rehoboth, did he dext let's start with dylan dreyer with the latest advisory from the national hurricane center. what can you tell us? >> we do still have to deal with a category 1 hurricane at this time. so winds are strong and there's a lot of rain. and this is still a huge storm. but look at how far away it is. it is still about 300 miles east of the carolinas. more than 500 miles to the southeast of new york city. so this storm is still impacting the east coast. and it's so far away. so imagine what's going to happen as it moves closer to shore. we have coastal flood warnings from new england down into the eastern shores of virginia. that's because we are looking at a storm surge up to around four to seven feet. if not higher. that's the type of storm we're dealing with as it moves onshore
to clear up. alex. >> a lot to anticipate, thank you for the heads up, dylan dreyer. >>> coming up, we'll speak with craig fugate at the end of the hour. >>> let's go to politics and strategy talk. one of the big headlines today. mitt romney with a surprise endorsement from "the des moines register." joining me now is howard dean and joe watkins, former white house aide under george w. bush. >> good to see you, alex. how are you? >> i'm well, thank you. >> governor dean, look at this first republican endorsement since 1972 from "the des moines register," after president obama wasn't able to meet with the editorial board in person. do you thiyou think that had an influence. i spoke with rick green, he said it didn't. >> petulence is a major factor in newsrooms. look, they endorsed john edwards in the '04 primary. endorsements don't matter very much in races like this. they matter in down ballot races where people don't know them very much, but i don't think anybody is waiting to decide in this incredibly close election to see what "the des moines register" does. people read editorials b
italy. dylan dreyer, you just got back from your honeymoon. >> why to you think we planned italy? j.t. was there. >> congratulations, by the way. >> i was too nervous to say hi. thank you very much. it is nice to be back here, settle back in. i was here for a couple weeks and then just disappeared for a while, so now i'm back. pretty nice weather. we have a couple rain showers through the northeast. we have this upper level low that is sending in cooler temperatures. but where there's a dip in the jet stream, there's a ridge in t the jet stream, too. temperatures in north dakota about 15 degrees above normal. that is going to try spread east ward into the great lakes. we have some heavy rain across cape cod. it is sunny down in texas with highs today toppi >> good morning. sun out this morning. cool temperatures but dry conditions. we'll probably pop a few scattered clouds this afternoon. somebody might catch a sprinkle. otherwise a nice day with highs >> and that's a check on weather. >> all right, dylan, thank you very much. >>> the pressure to perform well in school seems to be h
a picture you paint there, al. thanks very much. dylan dreyer is going to have the rest of the nation's forecast coming up in a few minutes. but first, here's andrea. >>> tropical storm sandy has already affected the race for the white house. governor mitt romney and vice president joe biden each cancled planned weekend appearances in virginia. ron is traveling with mitt romney. >> reporter: all eyes on sandy, including these two presidential campaigns. over the next ten days, expect to see the president and governor romney hit these battleground states hard, including ohio, perhaps the most critical of them all. it could ultimately decide who wins this race. yesterday, governor romney held two events in the buckeye state, including a rousing rally with paul ryan last night in north canton, ohio. the campaign says about 8,000 people showed up for that event, braving some pretty brisk temperatures outside last night. now, he still has some work to do here. the latest cnn poll has the president up 50 to 46, four points. that's about half of what the lead was just a few weeks ago. govern
throughout our coverage today. we begin here in studio with nbc meteorologist dylan dreyer. what's the latest on this storm, dylan? >> alex, it is still a category one hurricane. it's going to fluctuate between a category one and tropical storm, back over to a category one most likely. then it takes on a whole different characteristic as it approaches the shoreline of what looks like new jersey. that's where it is expected to make landfall somewhere in the new jersey area or the del marva area. either way this is a massive storm. we're not tracking it like a hurricane in that the eye wall is going tonight area hardest hit. the whole storm is massive. we have tropical storm force winds extending 450 miles out from the center of the storm. right now sustained winds with the storm are 75 miles per hour. but it is still very far away. 340 miles almost to the northeast of miami. so look at how huge it is. and it is bringing those rain bands along shore through north carolina and through south carolina. northeastern north carolina and southeastern virginia will be almost a pivot point that will jus
to nbc's meteorologist dylan dreyer. what can we expect in the next few hours? >> reverend, things are going to go downhill. the storm has officially made landfall. it barrelled in and took a west turn and headed right towards the southern new jersey coastline. we have winds gusting up to 48 miles per hour in atlantic city and go just north of that, in new york city itself, 71 mile-per-hour wind gusts and islip that gets the strongest winds. it arrives in long island around 8:00, 8:30. that's on top of the normal high tide and this storm system now that it's made landfall will gradually weaken but the winds are not going to ease and the rain is still going to come down. we're going to see several inches of rainfall. 8, 9, 10 inches of rain likely. we're also getting storm out of this system. it's hard to believe that we're talking about storm, too. we'll see more of a foot of snow but in the next couple of hours we are only going to see things get worse and there is that snow coming down. it's that hybrid snow, the cold front that merged with the hurricane. it is now a strange type
," gabe gutierrez, nbc news. >>> let's get another check of the weather. >> dylan dreyer is on the plaza with another check of our forecast. i know you're wearing yellow, but that's not a raincoat. >> no, it's just trying to transition from whatever season we're in right now. i mean, it's a hard jacket season. we've got a group of girls, a group of ladies who took the red eye bus from ohio last night, and your main goal was -- >> to go shopping. >> is that not a bus load of girls or what? but in ohio, we are looking at some showers. we have a couple of scattered showers through the great lakes region. but it is going to start to clear out as we go into tomorrow. we have also some rain through cape cod. heavy at times. we had some big loud thunderstorms move through the area in southern new england overnight. those are moving out over the water. we will see improvements all across the northeast. the great lakes hang on to some showers, but up through the dakotas, we are looking at temperatures at about 15 degrees above normal. looks real n >>> and anchd the bay area this morning, kind of
to jenna and dylan. we wish her the very best. good news for her. >>> diylan dreyer is here with check on the weather. hi, dylan. >> it's pretty nice out. >> anyway, so thanks for your time. we're going to take a short break. oh, so there's other things to talk about. go right ahead. >> other than you i have more to talk about. >> oh! she's been here like three weeks, and she is digging me. go right in there. welcome. >>> we are going to see pretty nice weather across the country. a few scattered showers across portions of northern dakotas but we are keeping an eye out for a big storm to move into the west coast tomorrow from central california up into oregon. we could end up with some of the mountain regions are over a foot of snow especially above 5,500 feet. the rest of the country today does look nice and quiet. that's a look at the weather acro across the country. >>> and that's your latest weather. >> dylan, thank you very much. >>> coming up next on "today" you want to party like a member of the royal family? kate middleton's sister pippa comes out with a new book to show you ho
abrams is back with a check of the weather. before we get to the forecast i want to congratulate dylan dreyer, she and her husband brian shared this photo from their wedding on saturday. >> how beautiful. >> we hope she is sleeping in and enjoying the honeymoon. once she gets back she will never sleep again -- no, considerably less. >> congrats. very nice. >> so what's going on? talk to us? >> i showed you the current temperatur temperatures. how about our highs for the day? are we going to warm up into the 50s? the 60s? where are we going to be at? 50s and 60s for a big chunk of the country with a little bit of rain there into >>> good morning from nbc bay area weather center. i'm anthony slaughter. temperatures are cool. you can feel the autumn crisp air this morning. it's going to be a very chilly day compared to how warm it has been over the past few days. 75 inland. 63 at the coast. autumn air but then tomorrow into tuesday and wednesday. a little bit of shower activity clearing by thursday. >>> jenna, over to you. >> all right, stephanie, thank you. >>> and now to politics. both
of the weather. before we get to the forecast i want to congratulate dylan dreyer, she and her husband brian shared this photo from their wedding on saturday. >> how beautiful. >> we hope she is sleeping in and enjoying the honeymoon. once she gets back she will never sleep again -- no, considerably less. >> congrats. very nice. >> so what's going on? talk to us? >> i showed you the current temperatur temperatures. how about our highs for the day? are we going to warm up into the 50s? the 60s? where are we going to be at? 50s and 60s for a big chunk of the country with a little bit of >> good morning, it's going to be a chilly close to the weekend. highs topping out in the mid 50's, off-and-on light rain showers throughout the day. if you're going to the o's >>> jenna, over to you. >> all right, stephanie, thank you. >>> and now to politics. both president obama and governor romney are trying to make their case to the nation as they hit their final stretch and they're not the only ones squaring off these days. john stewart and bill o'reilly are doing it as well. mike viqueira has more now fr
. >> dylan dreyer, appreciate that. >>> presidential campaign past the $2 billion mark from traditional sources and super pacs. this will be the most expensive presidential campaign in history. what does it mean for our democracy? thank you, sir. also really appreciated the map work earlier. that was cool, thank you. >> i'm always happy to do it if there are two things i love to geek out on it's the map and ad spending. >> let's go with your second geekout here. the ad spending. let's talk about where the bulk where all this money is going. spending, ad spending for tv and radio across the states, nearly $920 million. in florida right here in the sunshine state, somewhere around $174 million, i've been told. it's going to hit $1 billion? >> look at that graphic we had just up. $919 million already. we had just crossed $900 million just on friday. the amount of money they are pouring in this upcoming week, $100 million. it's a record, three straight weeks of records and ad spending. everybody talks about who is moving money away from what resources. they are not taking resources away fro
meteorologist dylan dreyer standing by. >> we still have a category 1 hurricane on our hands. it is still moving northeast at about 12 miles per hour. but it is going to still take that northwest turn as we go into monday. here you see the heavy rain moving still on shore. the heaviest of it just off the coastline. but we have had some pockets of heavy rain across northeastern north carolina. we do have sustained winds up to 20 miles per hour with gusts as high as 35 to 40 miles per hour with this storm. this area of high pressure to our northeast. it is blocking the storm from going east. that's why it's going to take that turn to the northwest. and anywhere from new jersey down through the delmarva peninsula, this should make landfall, kind of as a post tropical storm. it is going to change in nature a little bit as it makes its way closer to the midatlantic. either way, it is a huge storm. it is going to bring its worst impacts to the area from new york city all the way down into washington, d.c. and delaware and maryland monday evening into tuesday morning. new york has already taken some pr
the blizzard conditions in parts of west virginia. nbc meteorologist dylan dreyer is back with us strtracking it . >> the same storm is bringing snowfall to west virginia, and the wind gusts just to the south coast beaches of lake erie and portions through the great lakes region, we are certainly dealing with wind gusts still on the order of 30 to 40 miles per hour. the waves have been churned out. i'm getting tons of pictures sent in from lake erie especially. it's looking more like an ocean rather than just a great lake. this is a huge storm. we're also talking about those blizzard conditions back across west virginia. winds are now starting to ease a little bit, and the snow we saw across southern ohio is starting to transition back over into some rain. so it is back over to just the mountainous regions of west virginia where we have already picked up nearly 30 inches of snowfall. davis, west virginia is one of those spots that is a jackpot region for snowfall. it's a town full of elderly residents and most of that town is without power right now. another 3 to 6 inches is still possible as
you, dylan dreyer. i'm joined by political director chuck todd and editorial director for "the huffington post" howard fineman. chuck, i want you to start here, tell me -- let's look at the president. the president visited red cross headquarters this afternoon and promised to help the hard-hit communities cut through the bureaucratic red tape to get assistance. let's watch him here today. >> my instructions to the federal agency has been do not figure out why we can't do something. i want you to figure out how we do something. i want you to cut through red tape. i want you to cut through bureaucracy. there's no excuse for inaction at this point. i want every agency to lean forward and to make sure that we are getting the resources where they need -- where they're needed as quickly as possible. >> meanwhile, this afternoon vice president biden was asked about the president's response to the disaster. here is what he had to say. let's take a look. >> look, i've never seen a guy so focused. i mean, he wants to make sure -- look, the last comfort we had he said, he said, look, folk
sandy and she doesn't know why. >> everyone has plastic surgery these days. dylan dreyer is here with a check of the forecast. >> the rest of the country is dealing with a cold front. a steering current that's going to draw in sandy as we go into monday. you could see we will see some showers across the eastern great lakes. the middle of the country much cooler than normal. temperatures about 10 degrees below average. that's a look at t >> and that's your latest weather. andrea? >>> and now health news. we've known for decades smoking is bad for you. but now the biggest study ever about the risk for smoking for women shows just how important it is to quit. the latest from robert bazell. >> reporter: 28-year-old amanda garcia just joined a program to try to quit her smoke a day smoking pattern. a smoker since age 15. she always thought about quitting. >> i don't think i was ever ready. i always said i'm not doing it until i'm ready. >> reporter: researchers in britain followed one million women now in their 60s and 70s for 12 years. smoking a pack a day starting in their teens, re
to lester, jenna, and stephanie. >> chris jansing, thanks very much. dylan dreyer is off because she is getting married today. >> congratulations! >> congratulations to her. there she is is with her fiance, soon to be her husband. >> so cute. >> so stephanie abrams is here instead. not instead. in addition. never mind, you're here, so that's all that matters. >> i feel so welcome! awkward. >> love having you. i quick. >> let's just get to the weather maybe. >> so super. >> are you guys ready for some cold air? because it's coming. look at these frost and freeze advisories for this morning. sunday morning and monday morning, temperatures down into the 20s in some of these locations. here's a look at our current temperatures, and some places are already seeing temperatures into the teens. look at huron there into south dakota. it's going to spread east, it's going to spread south. enjoy the >> good saturday morning. a wig weekend happening across san francisco. the first playoff game. 75 in livermore and 75 in concord and 70 degrees in san francisco, holding on to warm temperatures. ch
lakes. >> dylan dreyer, nice to have you back from your honeymoon. so congratulations on that. >> thank you. >>> still ahead the top city for political advertising plus the be best parodies of the campaign. and why latino voters could be key deciders in three battle ground states. we'll be back with more. ♪ [ male announcer ] start with nothing, build a ground-breaking car. good. now build a time machine. go here, find someone who can build a futuristic dash board display. bring future guy back. watch him build a tft display like nothing you've ever seen. get him to explain exactly what that is. the thin film transistor display... [ male announcer ] mmm, maybe not. just show it. customize the dash, give it park assist. the fuel efficiency flower thing. send future guy home, his work here is done. destroy time machine. win some awards, send in brady. that's how you do it. easy. is efficiently absorbed in small continuous amounts. citracal slow release continuously releases calcium plus d with efficient absorption in one daily dose. citracal slow release. with efficient absorption in on
. >> chris jansing, thanks very much. dylan dreyer is off becse she is getting married today. >> congratulations! >> congratulations to her. there she is is with her fiance, soon to be her husband. >> so cute. >> so stephanie abrams is here instead. not instead. in addition. never mind, you're here, so that's all that matters. >> i feel so welcome! awkward. >> love having you. i quick. >> let's just get to the weather maybe. >> so here's a look at our current temperatures in someplaces already seeing temperatures into the teens. look at huron in south dakota. now it's going to spread east and spread southbound. enjoy the 70s from boston down because it is going to be the 50s tomorrow. here is a look at what's happening outside your door. >>> team 4 meteorologist chuck bell, we have mostly cloudy skies and a chance of a few quick passing showers today but by and large rain chances are fairly low today. rainfall amounts will be extremely light if you get anything at all. current temperatures upper 50s and low 60s. today a couple sprinkles out toward i-81 this morning. a scatter
days, it looks like. >> it's an amazing storm system. nbc news meteorologist, dylan drei drei drooi dreyer. >> we wanted to come back to rochester and we are stuck here. >> all right. nearly 16,000 flights were canceled because of sandy. more than 6,000 just today alone and there are still some flights that have been canceled already for tomorrow. >>> nbc's tom costello joins us live from reagan national airport. tom, when do we expect things to return to semi-normalcy. i know this ripple effect is big. >> reporter: it really depends on the airport. here at washington reagan airport, you can see it is still really quiet and we are just now on the status board starting to show half a dozen flights and that's it. half a dozen flights where they are looking at flights coming in this afternoon and starting to go out. it is a small trickle. keep in mind the washington airports were not affected by the storm. yes, we saw the airlines cancel their flights in and out of here, but there's no damage, not like we had in new york city's airports. philadelphia, jfk, newark and all of the airport
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